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A Dozen Brilliant Reasons to Employ Disabled People: Why successful businesses see inclusion as an asset rather than a problem.

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If you have ever wanted to understand (or help others understand) the business case for employing disabled people, this is the definitive book for you.

Using evidence from a wide range of research, case studies and personal experience, every aspect of the workplace is examined in relation to inclusivity, providing a compelling business case relevant to every sector.

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Kindle Edition, 289 pages
Published December 4th 2017 by Elite Publishing Academy
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Lara Green
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A valuable book for anyone looking to understand the business case for employing more disabled people. The book explores 12 benefits of employing disabled people. Statistics are used to highlight how disabled people are more loyal, take fewer sick days and help your business attract disabled and non disabled customers. Quotes and stories are used to highlight points. I would suggest that this book is great for people working in hr, disability network leads and anyone looking to recruit the best ...more
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